Stir dry ingredients in a bowl, then add the milk. Stir until dough forms-adding a little more milk, if needed. Place the dough in a ball shape on a greased cookie sheet. Bake for 20 minutes or until no longer doughy in the middle.
Note: You can also add 1 tsp. or so of cinnamon and/or mashed bananas to dough before baking.
By LisaE from WI
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Hi LisaE. When I saw the start of your recipe, I wondered where the "Damper" came from--and if maybe it was "Dumper" (like the ol' dump-cake recipes: dump it all together sorta thing!). But I'm anxious to try your recipe. Life has made changes for me, and I do not have a traditional stove/oven. I do have a small table-top oven I got from our local thrift shop, and I think I can manage to bake this in it. I may try halving the recipe just in case! Bill likes to have "fat things" (pastries, to have with coffee) around, and this, with cinnamon & bananas, sounds like just the ticket! Will try to chat back after I've given it a try. Thanks for posting it.
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